Additional Hearing Products

Hearing aids can help improve speech and sound recognition, but other types of hearing difficulties may call for additional hearing products. At Audiology Services of Marin in Greenbrae, CA, we carry a wide variety of additional hearing products that can work with hearing aids to enhance your hearing in certain situations.


The latest in hearing aid technology offers a new dimension in hearing. The ReSound LiNX 3D hearing aids are now equipped with wireless capabilities to enhance your listening experience. These devises allow for streaming of the sound directly to your hearing aids through Bluetooth-enabled accessories. Experience for yourself the clear and natural sense of sounds allowing you to focus on what you want, without being cut off from your surroundings.

  • ReSound LiNX 3D & Unite Assistive Devices:
    Now you can be more, hear more and do more than you ever thought possible. With ReSound LiNX 3D, you can connect directly to music, television and more with excellent sound quality and clear speech understanding that allows you to fully connect to life. The world is full of sounds we don’t want to miss (and some we do) – voices, music, the bounce of a basketball, even a beeping crosswalk sign. Your brain is equipped with an amazing ability to make sense of these sounds, using information in your environment (pitch, volume, noise levels , etc.). ReSound’s advanced technologies take full advantage of this to help you hear and focus on what’s important to you.
  • AMPLIFIED TELEPHONES These phones specifically designed for people with hearing loss, allowing you to turn up the volume as necessary to hear speech clearly. Amplified telephones offer closed captioning. These are much like closed captioned television sets, except they provide instant captioning of your phone calls so you never miss a word.
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If you need additional help hearing in certain situations, or want to protect your hearing, come into our Greenbrae, CA location today.

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of those individuals who might benefit from treatment actually seek help. Most tend to delay treatment until they cannot communicate even in the best of listening situations. On average, hearing aid users wait over 10 years after their initial diagnosis to be fit with their first set of hearing aids.
(Davis, Smith, Ferguson, Stephens, & Gianopoulos, 2007).


We understand that one of the primary reasons people go without hearing aids is the cost. That’s why we offer CareCredit, our no-interest payment plan.